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the bayshore the transportation authority brought before the board motorcycling the station south of the county line it is lead by the county structure committee and by a grant to the planning department would study potential moving the station north possibly towards the slauj site to develop it into a mod ail hub the funding will be split between sfmta and another agency to support the work on the project next project is the perry shall triangle we're delighted to see this moving forward this is a $200,000 request from the
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recommendation on the neighborhood transportation plan and references lifeline funds that were programmed by the transportation authority in 2008, project had experienced details because of the need to corporate with the t e p. >> where's persia triangle. >> it's like ocean avenue at mission. >> yes. >> and the persia ocean mission then pedestrian llth new bulb outs at the 3 corners of the triangle. >> that's the coolest laundromat in the city by the
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(laughter) it's on page 165 the last request the last slide i'll be presenting for the neighborhood transportation improvement program for the program support and cleaning equipment and tiff we'll hear 80 a presentation on informational guideline for the planning work this will support sfmta staff to work to develop the program to beyond the scope e scope the project that was part of the approval of the program and it will fund the annual work and the last request for for the street sweepers i'll now invite liz to talk about the transit study the next
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stuldz were the top performs in the n t c this the region ail transportation plan and the next two items set san francisco up for potential funding for new revenue sources and high performs in the plan bay area and the san francisco transportation plan refresh. >> good morning, chair martin and committee i'm with the planning division i'm happy to be here it comes from important recommendations from the plan bay area from the san francisco planning you don't have to understand the long-range planning only get user on bart and look at the trains and the new construction happening we clearly don't have room for people in cars and the reigning is looking at to go san
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francisco to accommodate those people in order to make our region a sustainable region it's a 5 study partnership led obey the municipal adrenalin project and we're in partnership are the transportation tort with ac transit and bart this is a unique experience to come together with short and long term solutions and get them no way and be wanted to get them into the next update transportation plan the appropriation request is for 50 thousand that includes $300,000 that's part of the contribution that the transportation authority makes to the overall study it references there's one million we're receiving from a tiger grant and one million in
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the gold match from the partners i think that's all i want to stay the startup is underway and kicking off in october. >> thank you. we have our director lilly chang. >> i want to highlight two of the region ail items the first being the bay area shore we've received a letter from the san mateo management agency known as as the city and county association of government and the position to withdraw if the brt study unfortunately it is an issue 0 for location where they have a strong cooperation between the city of san francisco and my understanding is director ram and his staff and other members have gone to
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before his ban and putting together a letter they were funding partners to the geneva bart so in the friend of mine they remain out of the study we need to back file their obligation and the san mateo and the need to come back to the funding for the contribution. >> so supervisor kim has a question. >> no, no not on this item i apologize. >> and the core capacity study this is an important study for san francisco we appreciate supervisor campos and supervisor wiener and the transportation commission and other commissioners because transit is to fundamentally important to our ability to develop and produce the housing and jobs in the san mateo area not only in san francisco by the inner core of the bay area like the city of oakland and other cities and
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jurisdictions to identify those important long-term and at ac and bart and muni we need to make in the next few years we're excited to be able to win a tiger grant. >> thank you. >> actually, my question was on that item thank you mrs. chang i'm glad to see this study move forward and i think we've been fellowship it i i know your residents in south of market when i manage to get home at reasonable hours there's to which traffic in the south of market i know the study hadn't started yet but is through data that shows public transit.
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>> absolutely. >> your spot on the data shows a 10 to 15 percent increase on muni and bart and caltrain to we can come back with more information but that's absolutely the case and somewhat able to manage the traffic flows even though the congestion is not materialized because of the ability of transit to take up the new demands and the rise of local shuttle to help with that but we need more capacity on all our transit services. >> i don't know if you're going to see the transit study it's really important to partner with this larger core capacity study i know i even hear from employers the economic growth is great and it's great to see it
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hiring jobs and i feel that rush hour starts at 2:00 p.m. it's crazy we've got to address, you know, those consequences of the success of the city soon. >> absolutely and get more out of your system investment wise to expand our network and not have to do that but meet the demand in other ways and maybe david can come up. >> david the deputy director transportation authority so the san francisco freeway management study look at san francisco's way of dealing with the increases in jobless and housing forecasted until 2040 with the transportation plan the study is looking at ways to increase the efficiency of the freeway you
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network as a corridor looking at material and and a and moving people and vehicles it is striping and looking at the repurposing of general lanes into express lanes and we're requesting a provision of 3 hundred thousand of prop k dpundz i funds to match the fund for the study the study will be completed in winter or spring of 2017 and v. we'll by looking at the mode all piece how it performs with transit and audibles. >> can you explain the link 0. >> so there's different ways of controlling access to the different industry for audible it's a occupancy controlled
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infrastructure you'll need a certain nobel prize number of people in the vehicles to use the lanes the express lanes which you'll be adding controls to pricing so individuals that are not meeting the requirement like two or three can use the carpool lanes. >> okay. thank you. >> i'm really glad we're looking at that it has not made since to me with we have a carpool lane there's one small option that's hard to get to for those who are carpooling we should be encouraging people to carpool and a question maybe not for today but a removal of a car
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lane on fulsome and maybe we've had facilities a cyclist on the corridor there was some congestion but the behavior go adjusted to the bike lane it that's my perception but i'm curious whether we'll be looking like f that we're going wanting a two-way fulsome that connects the south of market neighborhood all the way dune to the mission i think it's important to have that corridor in the south of market and as we see the congestion and additional cars on the road i want to make sure we're looking at those pedestrians and the bike changes making sure that the alliances to decrease the congestion on our streets. >> thank you supervisor kim. >> thank you i see no other questions thank
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you if no presentations anyone from the public wish to speak on this item please come forward. >> of this central year cash flow distribution schedule my experience i issue from to take bart to the embarcadero center bus station surface level once i saw this street sweeper the public people down on the street the streetwalker i was oh, please oh, my quickly turn down from a spot see this is called the task flow from that appointing a large onto the city how we are many of money because money keeping to the whole
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government issue money yeah. housing not just strapping but money most of it is performing for the money so how the cash money can limited everyone they need money supposed a millionaire or billionaire the people go to the people in need of money like young people see they're not able to get a job see they run around in hate ashbury to central district. >> thank you, sir. >> next speaker. >> i thought it was interesting again f this is part of the issue of a bag and some of the concerns of housing and transit if the city decided to
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step away a from the improvement there's got to be a way to look at taxation and get the money to deals with the facts we have multiple buses shooting people out to mountain view and their building those huge development areas and noted providing for the housing impacts they're creating it effects san francisco because people want to live in san francisco how do we address that how will the city deal with the fact people need to get to their jobs so insuring that the peninsula is built on rail and the idea of caltrain with streets built off from that, we need to make sure that all cities and counties are involved in the geneva
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consideration as well as bigger corporations and the fact scott wiener they have ootsz the largest impact how transportation is being impacted in san francisco. >> thank you, mr. goodman anything else from the public wish to speak please come forward. >> adam from the transportation i want to urge your support we've had a lot of good effort it's a great project especially with the addition of tiger fund i want to point out some things we've been looking at the short term and long-term projects their mind to coincide with the planned bay area and to concede to the county transportation plan we want to echo that as we move forward it is one of the
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common themes to make sure we align projects that will work with our partners in san francisco. >> thank you adam thank you for being here is there any public comment? seeing none i want to acknowledge the work of supervisor campos i know that our director tilly chang has joined the committee and aaron goodman insures with the other counties are producing their share of housing and transit development is critical to a bag has limited authority there's been good region ail efforts to insure with we keep that point out there that san francisco and oakland and santa fe can't do it alone i want to thank the staff
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from mta and any questions colleagues before we vote seeing none, circo you, please call the roll on item 7. >> on item 7 supervisor breed supervisor campos supervisor kim supervisor mar supervisor yee item passes. >> thank you sir call the next item. >> item 8 recommended adaptation of the draft 2014 prop k strategize strategic plan this is an action. >> we have chad here. >> good morning chad with the transportation authority the draft prop k strategic plan it includes 3 enclosures i'll be presenting i have about 20 slides in the entire presentation we've gone
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with a small overview of the strategic plan the basics in understanding the documents as we move into the presentation we'll go over the highlight of prop k and how much is proposed for the projects and the trends for the actual and projected funds and our program decision. >> so first why is a strategic plan it drives the prop k plan we get a sense of how much financing we'll need for the cash flow and it also serves as an early action plan for the transportation plan or the first 5 years of the san francisco transportation plan for the funding so in november of 2003 nearly 75 percent of the san francisco
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electricity approved the prop b and this expertise plan provides an estimated $2.5 billion and this is intended to the evidence will then show another $10 billion to fully fund the programs and plans so after event e temple years of prop k we allocated over billion dollars to one thousand projects and that billion dollars has leveraged approximately $4 billion on the conservative end on this slide we allocated to the project for the prop k will half to the major signature plans and on the other side it goes to citywide projects like bike and city improvements and
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paratransit services in a nutshell 2, 3, 4 addition to discussing what's you fund and the agencies eligible for prop k funds sets up a strategic plan and the 5 year plan, which ann presented straeveng plan is a guide for day to day administration of the prop k program it has 3 elements revenues and expenditures and policy for the administration of the stewardship of the prop k funds the focus is on the minding of the expected prop k with the schedules for when the project sponsors need the cash and how much cash will be needed through financing so why now it is something we do
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every 4 years and prop k has the benefit to wrap the transportation plan and the san francisco transportation plan i've houchd touched on earlier so the policies of the strategic plan they're the points out from the day to day operation they address allocations and for the 2014 update largely unchanged with the allocation project as another item on the project it is around 3 principles and have served the program well those are first optimized leveraging of tax fund and support deliver and maximize cost of financing so we'll dive into numbers on this slide here was not legible
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on the screen sorry about that well, it would show on the screen there's 3 colors the 2014 strategic plan is the green it shows the long term growth rate of projected reven and that's different from 5 years the 2009 has a presumes of 4.5 percentage we've dialed that down to be more realistic the blue color is a bit find baseline that's what m t c uses and another sales tax revenue baseline actual historic growth rates 2005 which included doctors and sales tax revenue around 2009, 2010
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this next slide shows our actual revenues to date there's a doltd line to the left is the prop k revenue and for the next was or seven years is the projected on the 2013-2014 it is actually $91 million we've topped $90 million for the first time in the fiscal year there's a lot of information on the next slide i'll go through it line by line revenue is up a million dollars since the 2013 baseline actual revenue was higher the next is total available funds it is north off a few costs like the transportation authority authority costs for program administration and finance costs of projects that are grandfathered into the prop b
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the costs absorbed with those are born by the prop k program and not the programs within prop k finance costs have decreased since the 2009 statistic plan and the 2013 benign i by an where it fund more projects to a higher amount of programming i'll touch more on programming finance costs because of lower projected actual costs it means we've been able to delay a bond from 2010 and seen detailed allocations as well as from the program and anticipated expenditures for the actual projects finally the last line there's a lower capacity in 2014 we're programming so many constitutional programs in than in 2013 highlights in terms of
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programming one of the biggest categories over the thirty years of prop k this slide shows the street resurfacing and the 5 categories about 2/3rd's of the programming in the entire programming of prop k similarly instead of 3 years but the next 5 years in terms of the programming those categories will 5 hundred and 07 o 70 employed million dollars those categories alone and i want to note a blue box box in the upper right hand corner replacing the fleet is better performance the 2 hundred and 93 will the evidence will then show that effort all right. we see a list of the number of categories that run out of money sooner or later and
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by looking at the category that are giving more or less years where the funds are happening since 2009 those categories are shown with a negative number for instance, and as was mentioned earlier the expenditure plan the metro we are van a ton of money over the next 5 years to fully fund van ness and the geary construction and put a substantial amount towards the initiative categories with additional years are where interests more programming capacity because of the lower fivents costs and sometimes paratransit for instance, wife seen money reinvested back into the program so this is information on this
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slide the 2 thousand 9 baseline we've prepared for the 2013 baseline and the doctors financing we looked at the additional programming so we're lessor are the list of the big projects the first number $45 million that's the additional prop k premeditating that is for that project in the 2014 strategic plan vs. the 2009 strategic plan you saw a chunk of that so those numbers are in the italics to the left of the slide so we talk about financing a lot here's a list of feinstein's over 15 percent 178 percent of prop k over the thirty years of prop k is beaten up by finance
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costs this is a again example because it is business transit this is to the first few years of projects the curve ramps or trees we spread out the funding to the end of the prop k so fund can continue to exist for the programs related to the total prop k program wise thirty year debt one the policies those categories that advanced fund pays for the proposition of the debt that's advances so if the programs want to use the funds that category will pay the proportion ail costs what it takes to finance the cost moving the fund the last slide shows the available funds being used for financing and those are the
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categories driving the prop k program in terms of dollars we'll be working a lot with project sponsors to know how much is how the i out there and how much we'll have to pay the projects to adequately manage the paperwork. >> getting towards the end here's the end of the first slide this shows the picture of high ends of revenue it is $620 million to note 9 percent of revenues will be for refinancing companion slides shows this at the end of the thirty years there will be enough to pay the expenditures we have to pay and the program notification is 15 percent of the total expenditures


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